August 2, 2017
We started the day with our first missionary apartment inspection in Chula Vista. The elders were fun to talk to. We gave them an easy time this time on the report form. We did note things to improve. We told them that things would be harder next time, but they would get cookies.
We went back to the apartment to relax and unpack. Things are getting more settled but there is still a lot to do. We took a chair back to the mission office last week. We are still not sure that things will fit.
We found a chiropractor online. He was rated well, and we were able to get appointments for both of us. Elder Fanning adjusted well. Sister Fanning had some therapy first. The doctor said she was very tight, which is usual. However, she adjusted very well. Her thumbs are very locked up. We will continue to work on them. Altogether, it was a successful visit.
We stopped at Walgreens to get a refill on one of Sister Fanning’s prescriptions. They called Maag to get the refill transferred. However, California law is different. The prescription was 13 months old, which is still good in Idaho. But in California, they are only good for 12 months. So, no prescription refill. She will have to go to urgent care to get it filled. She has about 6 pills left.
We stopped at Panera Bread to get some take-out – salads and sandwiches. We enjoyed relaxing at the apartment and eating a good lunch.
We spent the rest of the day relaxing, organizing, and unpacking. Sister Fanning seems to be needing naps almost every day.